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Scenic sheltered fjord, close to the open sea and only 40 minutes by road from Tromsø Airport.

View across a Norwegian fjord to snow-capped mountains in the distance/
The controls of an Arronet aluminium angling boat/
Sunsetting over a Norwegian fjord with a man kayaking across it/
Aluminium Arronet boat being fitted out in a workshop/
Green northern lights in the sky above snow-capped mountains/
View across a fjord to the gold and red painted cottages of Lauklines fishing centre/
Living/dining room at Lauklines fishing centre with views across the fjord/
Aluminium angling boat moored against a wooden jetty/
Pine clad bedroom at Lauklines fishing centre/

Lauklines is a year round family owned and managed resort and offers a very high standard of accommodation and boats. There are six large well furnished chalets each chalet has three bedrooms (triple, twin and single) with two bathrooms split over two levels, comfortably accommodating six people. Wi-Fi, heating, linen and towels are included.

The main lounge adjoins a fitted kitchen with all facilities including fridge/freezer, cooker, microwave and dishwasher. Cutlery and crockery is supplied. On site there is a sauna, function room and tackle shop. Excellent fishing advice is also available.

The chalets are let on a daily basis and as it is a private taxi transfer (pre-booked and prepaid) guests can arrive/depart any day for any duration. By far the most popular is a 7 night/6 days fishing stay.

Sea fishing from self-use boats commences late April and extends into mid September. Boats are Aluminium Arronet 24 foot sports boats with walk around deck, central console and roof for protection. 150hp Yamaha and Lowrance echo/GPS.

This sheltered fjord is well protected from the open sea by a large island and offers excellent summer fishing for cod, coalfish, haddock and halibut. Inside the fjord in the shallower sandy bottomed bays it is excellent for large plaice. Sea trout feed along the kelp shorelines at high tide.

Skippered fishing options with Marcus who knows these waters well, either for sole charter or shared charter are available. Ideal for groups of 4 to 6 anglers with half and full day charters. 1 day to 1 week charters. In February and March it is possible to book whale watching and Northern Lights trips. 

This is a serious sea fishing location with high standards of accommodation and top fishing advice. Tackle can be hired and purchased. With such a wealth of additional activities it is the ideal centre for non-anglers too. Summer activities include hiking, walking, sea kayaks, touring and cycling. Winter activities are snow shoe walking, husky dog sledding, Northern Lights and whale watching.

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Based on self-use boats

2 adults - £1555 per person includes cabin, boat & transfers
3 adults - £1111 per person includes cabin, boat & transfers
4 adults - £883 per person includes cabin, boat & transfers
5 adults - £739 per person includes cabin, boat & transfers
5 adults - £1034 per person includes cabin, 2 boats & transfers

6 adults - £879 per person includes cabin, 2 boats & transfers

Flights from UK are not included.

2019 Fishing Report

The fishing season of 2019 has come to an end...

For some reason it seems like this summer past very quickly especially since the weather has been…well not quite like summer should be, but we are happy anyway. The fishing has proven to be difficult at times and most of those times it has been the weather that caused the lack of fish willing to bite. There has also been some wonderful days with everything you can ask for with sunshine, calm seas and loads of big fish that attack almost anything that you offer them.

We have noticed an increase in both halibut and anglerfish/monkfish just like last year. The number of halibuts landed this season are a little bit higher than last year, so if this positive trend continues we are in for a real treat during the years to come. On the other hand the coalfish have not been at the “usual” spots. At least not as much as last season, but the anglers this year have been successful when it comes to catching these strong and hard fighting fish. During the season, June and July were the best months for coalfish. We have not seen or heard about any 2 meter halibuts this summer, but we can assure you with the fact there has been a lot of quality size fish.

Many of the fish this season have measured over 140 and 150 cm which will make anybody happy.
The biggest cod 2019 season: 24 kg
The biggest halibut 2019 season: 180 cm ( 75-85 kg )
The biggest coalfish 2019 season: 16 kg
The biggest plaice 2019 season 3,3 kg
And of course biggest anglerfish / monkfish 2019 season 16 kg  

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